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    Can anyone recommend a good video recording software? I feel that the one that came with my Logitech PC cam is a bit too bloated.

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    I use OBS.
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    Snagit by Techsmith is great. Only $50, too. You can use it for both video recording and screen captures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tedjames View Post
    Snagit by Techsmith is great. Only $50, too. You can use it for both video recording and screen captures.
    Thanks for the recommendation, I'll give this a try
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    Maybe Camtasia, but last I checked, was still pretty expensive.
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    TedJames's recommendation for snagit is just fine for what I need. The editor is a little lacking but I'm just looking for a means to record myself and some screens

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    I can heartily recommend OBS. Free, can edit the screen live as it's being recorded, including overlays and bringing third-party information via extensions. Can also stream as well as transition screens on the fly.
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    Did you know Win7 has a hidden screen recorder built in??

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